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  • Plantar Fasciitis and Physical Therapy

    June 22,2017 support@aquatic Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy Services no comments

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    The hallmark sign of plantar fasciitis typically is sharp, severe pain in the foot immediately upon getting out of bed in the morning. Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common sources of foot pain, and more specifically heel pain in the U.S..  This band of connective tissue serves as a...

  • Football Injuries

    April 15,2017 support@aquatic Sports Injuries no comments

    As fall approaches we see more football injuries.  In stop-and-go sports such as football, high-speed skilled movements may result in a hamstring muscle injury. A quick burst of speed involving the hamstring could cause the muscle to tear.  This is especially prevalent in an individual...

  • Stroke Recovery – Aquatic Therapy

    January 23,2017 support@aquatic Post-Stroke Rehab no comments

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    By Sharyn Frederick, PTA Stroke recovery can be a long and arduous process.  However, having your Physical Therapy in a 92 degree Fahrenheit swimming pool has its advantages for recovery from a stroke at most time-points following the injury.  I asked one of my patients a question about...

  • Gymnastics Injuries

    November 28,2016 support@aquatic Uncategorized no comments

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    Gymnastics is one of the most demanding sports on a young athlete’s body. The sport requires hours of dedicated training with little break throughout the year. Girls train on 4 events and boys train on 6 events. The training requires rigorous skills training, strength and conditioning. With the...

  • Aquatic Therapy Myths & Realities

    January 4,2016 support@aquatic Aquatic Therapy no comments

    At Chesapeake Bay Aquatic & Physical Therapy, we are often explaining just what aquatic therapy is. In fact, there are quite a few myths about aquatic therapy. So we are taking it upon ourselves to shed some light on Aquatic Therapy Myths & Realities. Aquatic Therapy Myth #1: You need to...